| 6 years ago||
Joe Budden said:
Firstly, let me explain to you guys why I believe the Illuminati exist and why it's still a secret society.
We've all heard of the 48 Laws of Power, by Robert Greene, but how many has not heard about the book? This book, whether you like it or not, is still a hidden secret when you think about it. If everyone used the knowledge in this book, the book would become obsolete.
There are billions of people on this planet, but how many people know of the Illuminati? I really want you to think about that question. At one point in my life I didn't believe-in the Illuminati. But how many people know about Big L? (Not too many people when you actually think about it.) How often does the media advertise the Illuminati? This is the reason why the Illuminati can still exist undetected. Ask any random person you meet if they know or heard of the Illuminati, watch the reaction you get from them. (Don't ask someone you know, that's cheating.)
This is what Tupac didn't understand, the general public really doesn't know about the Illuminati and how much control they have.
Was Tupac k!lled by the Illuminati? Maybe, but let's look at the a.ssassinations that could have been Illuminati a.ssociated.
The a.ssassination of MLK, and JFK are similar, and seemed very professional, but if I was going to argue about which murders could have been more than what meets the eyes, these two murders I would have to consider.
See, I don't think the Illuminati had a direct hand in the a.ssassination of MLK, but I think people have been taught to fear change. What was the shooter's motive for k!lling MLK? Did MLK run his car into his bumper?
Tupac's murder was not professional, his a.ssassins didn't use a rifle, and they used a drive by tactic which was made famous by the gangsters on the west coast. Witnesses have stated that the guys who shot Tupac were black.
Remember what Tupac said when he got shot in 1994? He said he never thought he would get shot by a "black man". Tupac was just getting used to the power of influence, he thought everyone loved him because of the characters he played on TV and the message he compounded in his music.
They fired 13 rounds, how many shots were fired in Dallas the day JFK died? Tupac's shooters were amateurs and didn't know anything about using guns. Oswald planned his a.ssassination, he knew where and when to attack. Did 2pac a.ssassins know his every move?
I don't know too much about Suge, but he did influence Tupac a lot. Now if Tupac was telling the truth about his "alleged" r*pe charge, I can see that as a set up.
What if Tupac was telling the truth? What if he didn't r*pe that girl? Could that have been a plan by the Illuminati to set him up? It's funny how Suge Knight was the only person to come and help Tupac out. Word around town is that Suge Knight is a Mason or whatever.
Listen to Tupac's music before jail, and listen to his music after jail. His music was heavily influenced by Suge and death Row. He sort of lost his political drive after signing to death Row, musically. After he stepped out of the booth and in front of the cameras, he was a different person. He was more political. I'm starting to question whether or not there was actually a east and west coast war.
Tupac said the media was trying to make it look like a war, and millions of people wouldn't know a war was going on if they didn't write about it. (He was right.)
I guess this was the final straw. Suge heard the records 2pac was recording, I'm going to leave the doors open, you guys can run with your own speculations.
If you listen to these two Tupac interviews, you'll see he was different, he wasn't thinking like the normal person would.